FACULTY

Title : Dr.
Name : Djoen San Santoso
FoS : Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Management
Affiliation : Assistant Professor
Location : E226
Phone : (66) 2524 5534
Fax : (66) 2524 5509
Email : djoensan[at]yahoo.com

Educational Background

  1. Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering, October 2002 – September 2005, Saitama University, Saitama, Japan 
  2. Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering, September 1997 – April 1999, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
  3. Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering, August 1991 – July 1995, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia
 

Research Interests

Infrastructure planning and policy, asset management, risk management, public-private partnerships, sustainable transportation in developing countries, public transportation, and non-motorized transportation.

 

Teaching

N/A
 

Selected Publications

  1. Munira, S., Sarm, S. and Santoso, D.S., 2013, "Perception of public van users in Bangkok". Journal of Eastern Asia Society for Transpotation Studies, Vol. 10 pp. 1501-1515.
  2. Santoso, D.S., Yajima, M., Sakamoto, K. and Kubota, H., 2012, “Opportunities and strategies for increasing bus ridership in rural Japan: A case study of Hidaka City”. Transport Policy, Vol. 24 pp. 320-329.
  3. Santoso, D.S., Joewono, T.B., Wibowo, A., Sinaga, H.P.A. and Santosa, W., 2012, “Public-Private Partnerships of Tollway Construction and Operation: Risk Assessment and Allocation from the Perspective of Investors”. Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, Vol. 17 Issue 2 pp. 45-66.
  4. Joewono, T.B., Santoso, D.S. and Ningtyas, D.U., 2012, “The causal relationship of the service quality of the TransJakarta Busway”. Public Transport, Vol. 4 Issue 2 pp. 77-100.
  5. Santoso, D.S. and Tsunokawa, K., 2010, “Comparison of Updating Techniques in Transferability Analysis of Work Trip Mode Choice Models in Developing Countries”. Journal of Advanced Transportation, Vol. 44 Issue 2 pp.89-102. Ambien
  6. Santoso, D.S., 2009, “The Construction Site as a Multicultural Workplace: a Perspective of Minority Migrant Workers in Brunei”. Construction Management and Economics, Vol. 27 No. 6, pp. 529-537.
  7. Santoso, D.S. and Tsunokawa, K., 2009, “Economic Perspective of Transferability of Mode Choice Models”. Journal of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol. 8, pp. 284-296.
  8. Santoso, D.S. and Tsunokawa, K., 2005, “Spatial Transferability and Updating Analysis of Mode Choice Models in Developing Countries”. Transportation Planning and Technology Journal, Vol. 28 No. 5 pp. 341-358.
  9. Santoso, D.S. and Tsunokawa, K., 2005, "Transferability and Updating Analysis of Mode Choice Model between Two Developing Countries – Predictive Performance Point of View".Journal of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol. 6 pp. 173-185.
  10. Santoso, D.S., Ogunlana, S.O., and Minato, T., 2003, “Assessment of Risks in High Rise Building Construction in Jakarta", Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management Journal, Vol. 10 No. 1 pp. 43-55.
  11. Santoso, D.S., Ogunlana, S.O., and Minato, T., 2003, "Perceptions of Risk based on Level of Experience for High Rise Building Contractors", International Journal of Construction Management, Vol. 3 No. 1 pp. 49-62. 
 

Ongoing and Completed Projects

N/A
 

Awards and Honors

  1. Competitive Grant from Indonesian Office of Higher Education 2011-2012 Project: Activity-based Behaviour Modelling of Traveller in Urban Cities in Indonesia Amount of award: 42.5 million Indonesia rupiah Role: Co-Principal Investigator  
  2. ICRA (International Cooperative Research Activity)-A grant 2008-2010 awarded by the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Study (EASTS) Project: Sustainable Neighborhood Transportation to Improve the Quality of Life in Developing Cities (IRG-10-2006) Amount of award: 1,000,000 Japanese yen Role: Co-Principal Investigator. Amount of money allocated 367,000 Japanese yen
 

Professional Affiliations

  1. Session Chair, Sustainable Transportation Policy (2), the 8th Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS) Conference, 16-19 November 2009, Surabaya, Indonesia.

Member:

  1. World Conference on Transport Research Society                        
  2. Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies                        
  3. Indonesian Transportation Society

Reviewer:       

  1. Construction Management and Economics
  2. Transportation Research Part A European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (EJTIR)                       
  3. Journal of Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS)  

Saitama University  

  1. Member of the International Student Special Program Task Force (2009-2010)
  2. Member of the International Collaborative Graduate Program Task Force (2009-2010)
  3. Member of the University Exchange Task Force (2009-2010)    

Asian Institute of Technology  

  1. Secretary to the Faculty Search Panels during my post in the School of Engineering and Technology (SET) and School of Civil Engineering (SCE). 
  2. Member of the SCE Brain Task Force
  3. Member of the SCE Information Technology Committee
  4. Secretary to the School of Civil Engineering Forum
 

Research Keywords

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